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In our lighting systems, we use cellulose based materials, both traditional (hand made paper and pressed fiber paper), as well as innovative integrating them with the most recent technologies to obtain new shapes and functional elements for interior design and lighting.

The use of paper as a structural material nullifies the borders between three dimensional space and two dimensional space, allowing light to become a tangible, modular material. Paper is no longer a “lamp shade” but rather, a two dimensional source of light that can be molded to create complex three dimensional forms, with textural, mechanical and unique color characteristics.

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Mama non Mama chandelier

It is ancient customs in Italy to browse the daisy petals one by one to find out based on the last remaining if their love loves me or loves me not (“m’ama, non m’ama”).

We were inspired by this ancient traditional gesture to create Mama non Mama, the paper-thin OLED chandelier with octagonal body in wood, a mirror and eight “petals” in cellulose of cotton in which the OLED luminous elements are inserted.
For the creation of Mama non Mama we only use the top quality raw materials available on the market: cellulose from cotton linters and the best species of wood, exclusively handcrafted.

Superior materials require superior technology. That’s why we choose only latest generation OLED to combine light quality and energy savings with the extraordinary subtlety typical of the sheet of paper of which we want to keep the connotation of lightness and lack of thickness.


Light and thin as a sheet of paper, for our liteleaf we were inspired by colored leaves that let themselves be carried in the wind.

The OLED lighting is included directly in the sheets of paper obtained by an hand made process starting from cotton cellulose originally developed by the company, in which the different colors and working create fun games of lights and colors. The liteleaf are available in two formats, square and rectangular and their two-dimensionality gives the magic of a light emitted directly from a sheet.